Philips Sonicare HX9331/04, HX9351/04 and HX9361/67 DiamondClean Rechargeable Toothbrush £79.99 @ Amazon
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Philips Sonicare HX9331/04, HX9351/04 and HX9361/67 DiamondClean Rechargeable Toothbrush £79.99 @ Amazon

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Found 10th Jun 2015
It has been this price before but not for a couple of months now. Part of Amazon's Deal of the Day.

Pink version no longer availble at this price. Black and white only now.

Product Description
From the sonic toothbrush brand recommended by Dental Professionals worldwide comes Philips DiamondClean toothbrush HX9351. It is finished in sleek matte white ceramic, with hidden led controls. The lights glow from within, and fade when not in use, so all you see is the sheer simplicity of the stylish cool white handle. This is the ultimate sonic toothbrush from Sonicare, designed to improve oral health whilst whitening teeth. DiamondClean is clinically proven to remove up to 100% more plaque biofilm in hard-to-reach areas and to whiten teeth up to two times better within one week than a manual toothbrush. The handle, high-density, diamond-shaped bristles and range of five cleaning modes offer a clinical-level clean that dentists recommend to their patients. It comes with a stylish glass beaker for storage, which actually charges the handle, and a compact travel case with USB charger, for convenient charging while travelling.

Box Contains
1 Brush head
1 Handle with ergonomic shape
1 Hygienic travel cap
1 Charger glass
1 Charging base
1Charging travel case
1USB wall adapter
1 USB cord
User Manual
2 year guarantee

21 Comments

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Edited by: "lwkt86" 10th Jun 2015

awesome brush and great price!

Thank you! I've been waiting for this offer to come back

And the black one is also available at the same price

Is there any difference between the black and white versions? Both have different model numbers, and the boxes are different as well, according to the images.

Hot for the price but who woukd really pay rrp ?

Very good price. Bought two at Christmas when price was down to about £100

Garbage tooth brush. I've gone thru 2 of these under warranty. The brush heads will eventually touch the base so the vibrations will absorbed by the base instead of your mouth. In other words the stud which fixes the toothbrush head gets bent over time and becomes useless.

I've had these and fortunately I bought it through Amazon, as the charging glass stop working and Philips refused to replace etc as apparently it isn't covered under warranty. The toothbrush itself is really good as long as you look after your stuff. Teeth feel amazing after using. When I bought this it was £200+ and been using for almost 3 years.

ajavaid92

Is there any difference between the black and white versions? Both have … Is there any difference between the black and white versions? Both have different model numbers, and the boxes are different as well, according to the images.


No difference apart from colour.

Much better than Braun Oral B, and don't be fooled because all the dentists rate Braun, they get given loads of free stuff, display stands, brushes, everything..... Braun suck up to them....
You can get really cheap, decent pattern brush heads for Phillips.

pontape

No difference apart from colour.



That's what I thought, thanks!

Looks like the deal is gone

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ajavaid92

That's what I thought, thanks!


One slight difference is that the black comes with two standard heads whereas the white has one standard and one compact.

cabbagekitten

Garbage tooth brush. I've gone thru 2 of these under warranty. The brush … Garbage tooth brush. I've gone thru 2 of these under warranty. The brush heads will eventually touch the base so the vibrations will absorbed by the base instead of your mouth. In other words the stud which fixes the toothbrush head gets bent over time and becomes useless.


i unfortunately am having that same experience now

It is not even ultrasonic toothbrush.
How can they so easily fooled so many people using wordplay"Sonicare" "DiamondClean"?
It is Simply electric brush.

Ultrasonic toothbrush - The most common frequency however, around which many scientific studies have been conducted, is in the area of approximately 1.6 MHz, which translates to 96,000,000 waves or 192,000,000 movements per minute.
Philips DiamondClean toothbrush HX9351 - 31,000 brush strokes per minute

dovbusho

It is not even ultrasonic toothbrush.How can they so easily fooled so … It is not even ultrasonic toothbrush.How can they so easily fooled so many people using wordplay"Sonicare" "DiamondClean"? It is Simply electric brush.Ultrasonic toothbrush - The most common frequency however, around which many scientific studies have been conducted, is in the area of approximately 1.6 MHz, which translates to 96,000,000 waves or 192,000,000 movements per minute.Philips DiamondClean toothbrush HX9351 - 31,000 brush strokes per minute



I could be wrong, but I don't think they promote it as ultrasonic?

ccparkhill

CommentOne slight difference is that the black comes with two standard … CommentOne slight difference is that the black comes with two standard heads whereas the white has one standard and one compact.



my black version arrived today, with just one head.

Just checked my box and it clearly states 2 heads but it is the HX9352/04. Bought from Amazon in November.

dovbusho

It is not even ultrasonic toothbrush.How can they so easily fooled so … It is not even ultrasonic toothbrush.How can they so easily fooled so many people using wordplay"Sonicare" "DiamondClean"? It is Simply electric brush.Ultrasonic toothbrush - The most common frequency however, around which many scientific studies have been conducted, is in the area of approximately 1.6 MHz, which translates to 96,000,000 waves or 192,000,000 movements per minute.Philips DiamondClean toothbrush HX9351 - 31,000 brush strokes per minute



​so 31,000 brush strokes per minute isn't enough?
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